Overloaded Electrical Sources Lead to Fire Damage
Electrical related fires are a dangerous problem. Fire departments responded to an estimated average of 46,700 home fires involving electrical failure or malfunction each year. This is according to research from the National Fire Protection Association.
They also point out that home fires involving electrical failure or malfunction were most likely to occur in cold weather months of January, February, and December, which accounted for three in ten fires (30%). It is likely that home fires are more prevalent in winter months due to the increased use of space heaters and blankets, or flammable objects being left against electrical baseboard heating units.
Do an inspection of your home to see if you have overloaded outlets or other potential electrical problems. If you suspect a problem call a licensed electrician.
If you experience fire damage call in the professional renovation team from SERVPRO. Experience, training and knowledge are key when dealing with fire damage.
We have trained technicians that are ready to help. We are able to respond quicker with the right resources, which is extremely important. A fast response lessens the damage, limits further damage, and reduces the restoration cost. Our restoration teams are well trained and properly equipped. We are locally owned, and we know this community.
We respond to your call 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Our technicians can also help you recover items that are damaged.
If you have fire damage to your home or business, call the local restoration team that the Eastern Shore counts on. SERVPRO of The Lower Shore, Mid-Upper Shore and Talbot / Dorchester (410) 749-2221.